One of the coolest, most affordable prefab homes we know is the DublDom series from Moscow-based firm Bio Architects, headed up by architect Ivan Ovchinnikov. The simple modern cabins range from a 280-square-foot studio (bathroom and kitchen, included) to a 1,400-square-foot three-bedroom dwelling, with prices going for around $23,000 for the smallest model up to $100,000 for the largest. And now, after operating only in Russia for the most part, DublDom has started taking pre-orders for the United States and Europe.
Below are photos of a recently completed DublDom 2.65-01, one of a series of new layouts the company has added. Erected in what is set to become an eco-park filled with modular homes in Tula Oblast, Russia, the roughly 700-square-foot, $50,000 build was assembled in seven days on site. Clad in black metal and larch, the home maximizes open spaces with large windows and verandas bringing in the natural landscape.